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Date most recently updated Documents Collated April 2001 (PLEASE SEE INDIVIDUAL DOCUMENTS FOR DATE OF RELEASE - SOME OF THESE DOCUMENT RELATE TO A SPECIFIC TIME DURING THE OUTBREAK)

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D35.w1 Strategy for Emergency Vaccination against Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) Report of the Scientific Committee on Animal Health and Animal Welfare (European Union)
D35.w2 Foot-and–mouth disease in the United Kingdom: problems with the current control policy and the feasibility of alternatives (March 2001) - Dr Keith Sumption
D35.w3 The 2001 Foot and Mouth Outbreak:  Economic Arguments against an Extended Cull (March 2001) - Professor Peter Midmore
J3.148.w1 Strategic Decisions to Evaluate before Implementing a Vaccine Programme in the Face of a Foot-and-Mouth Disease (FMD) Outbreak -Professor Joe Brownlie
P5.40S.w3 Strategic Foot-and-Mouth Disease in Deer (Cervidae): its implications for the policy of control of the disease in the Netherlands - Dr Paul Sutmöller
W32.Apl01.sib2 Veterinary Risk Assessment No.1: What is the risk of causing new outbreaks of FMD by moving livestock directly from "Farm A" to "Farm B"?
W32.Apl01.sib3 Veterinary Risk Assessment No.2: slaughter policy on contiguous premises
W32.Apl01.sib4 Veterinary Risk Assessment No.3: Bulk Feed Delivery to Form D premises by lorry
W32.Apl01.sib5 Veterinary Risk Assessment No.4: What is the risk of causing new outbreaks of FMD if footpaths are open to the public?
W32.Apl01.sib6 Veterinary Risk Assessment No.5: What is the risk that Feral Deer on infected premises will cause outbreaks of FMD on other premises?
W32.Apl01.sib7 Veterinary Risk Assessment No.6: What is the risk of causing new outbreaks of FMD by moving sheep directly from "Farm A" (on which animals have been exposed to the risk of infection by proximity to an infected premises, or in some other way) to an alternative place of slaughter, and from there to a further place for disposal?
W32.Apl01.sib8 Veterinary Risk Assessment No.7: What is the risk of feral wild boar becoming infected with FMD and subsequently causing new incidents of FMD in domestic livestock?
W32.Apl01.sib9 Veterinary Risk Assessment No.8: What is the risk of causing new outbreaks of fmd if animals are slaughtered and their meat and waste products are distributed through the normal channels?
W32.Apl01.sib10 Veterinary Risk Assessment No.9: What is the risk of causing new outbreaks of FMD if deer parks are open to the public?
W32.Apl01.sib11 Veterinary Risk Assessment No.10: What is the risk of migratory geese spreading foot and mouth disease virus?
W32.Apl01.sib14 Veterinary Risk Assessment No.13: What is the risk of causing new outbreaks of FMD by moving hay and straw onto a farm?
W32.Jun01.sib07 Veterinary Risk Assessment No.18: What is the risk of causing new outbreaks of fmd through collection and transport of bull semen and artificial insemination of cows?
W32.Apl01.sib15 MAFF: Biosecurity - advice for cattle and sheep farmers
W32.Apl01.sib16 MAFF: "Code of practice for hauliers and buyers of milk" and "Manufacturers of air filters or filter systems approved for use on milk tankers operating in a Foot and Mouth Disease infected area"
W32.Apl01.sib17 MAFF: Advice and precautions for zoos, wildlife parks etc
W32.Apl01.sib18 MAFF: Approach to Vaccination of Animals in Zoos
W32.Apl01.sib19 MAFF: Restocking Form A premises: A farmers guide
W32.Apl01.sib20 MAFF: List of susceptible species commonly kept in zoos
W32.Apl01.sib21 MAFF: Guidance on the Storage, Handling and Movement of Animal Manures and Slurries
W32.Apl01.sib22 MAFF: Silage and hay-making, and grassland management, during Foot and Mouth disease restrictions: guidance for farmers
W32.Apl01.sib23 MAFF: Measures to Allow Movement of Big Bale Silage within a Protection Zone
W32.Apl01.sib24 MAFF: Adjusting the pH as a means of disinfection against Foot and Mouth Virus
W39.31May01.sib1 Environment Agency: Guidance on ash disposal arising from Pyres and mobile incinerators
W39.31May01.sib3 Environment Agency: Licensed Landfill Sites that are Suitable for the Disposal of Carcasses
W39.31May01.sib4 Environment Agency: Advice on the use and disposal of disinfectants
W39.31May01.sib5 Environment Agency: Advice on disposal of manure, slurry and dirty water
W39.31May01.sib6 Environment Agency: Visiting the countryside - how you can help
W39.Jun01.sib1 Environment Agency: Risks From BSE Via Environmental Pathways
W30.Jun01.sib1 UDSA: Foot and Mouth Disease Prevention Information For Passengers Traveling To The United States From FMD Infected Regions of the World
W43.Jun01.sib1

CFIA: Foot and Mouth Disease - Information for Travellers

W44.Jun01.sib1 AFFA: Advice to travellers from foot and mouth disease countries

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